1 Technical Data Sheet RTV112 . Description RTV102, RTV103, rtv106 , RTV108, RTV109, RTV112 , RTV116 and RTV118 one-component, ready-to-use adhesive sealants are extremely versatile. They cure to a tough, durable, resilient silicone rubber on exposure to atmospheric moisture at room temperature. Acetic acid vapors are released from the sealant surface as a by-product of cure. RTV102, RTV103, RTV108 and RTV109 sealants are standard strength paste consistency Products which can be applied to vertical and overhead surfaces where pourable/self-leveling sealants are not practical. RTV112 and RTV118 sealants are self-leveling Products which are preferable to paste-consistency sealants when flow into small crevices and hard-to- reach places is desired.
2 rtv106 sealant is paste-consistency sealant. RTV116 sealant is a self-leveling sealant. Both rtv106 and RTV116 sealants are standard strength high- temperature sealants. Since all these sealants utilize a moisture cure system, they must not be used in thicknesses of greater than 6mm (1/4 in.). Where section depths exceed 6mm (1/4 in.), Momentive Performance Materials one component, addition cure or two-component silicone rubber compounds are recommended. Key Features and Benefits One-component Products Capability to cure at room temperature and ambient humidity Self adhesion properties Low temperature flexibility High temperature performance Excellent weatherability and ozone and chemical resistance Excellent electrical insulation properties Typical Physical Properties Uncured Properties RTV102, RTV103, RTV108, RTV109 rtv106 RTV116 RTV112 , RTV118.
3 Self Consistency Paste Paste Self leveling leveling RTV102: White, RTV103: Black; RTV108: Translucent, RTV112 : White, RTV118: Color Red Red RTV109: Aluminum Translucent Viscosity, poises 250 200. Application Rate,(g/min) 400 400 . Specific Gravity Tack-Free Time, min. 20 20 30 20. (1) RTV102, RTV103, RTV108, RTV109 rtv106 RTV116 RTV112 , RTV118. Cured Properties Mechanical: HCD-10295 (Rev. 1/23/2012 11:49:19 PM) Page 1 of 5. RTV112 . Tensile Strength,kg/cm2. 28 (400) 26 (375) 25 (350) 23 (325). (lb/in2). Elongation, % 450 400 350 325. Hardness, Shore A 30 30 20 25. Tear Strength,kg/cm (lb/in) 8 (45) 7 (40) . 2. Shear Strength, kg/cm 14 (200) 14 (200) 7 (125) 7 (100). (lb/in2) (2).
4 Peel Strength, kg/cm (lb/in). (3). 7 (40) 7 (40) 3 (25) 3 (15). Electrical: DielectricStrength,kv/mm (v/mil) 20 (500) 20 (500) 16 (400) 16 (400). Dielectric Constant@ 60 Hz Dissipation Factor@ 60 Hz .001 .001 .001 .001. 15 14 14. VolumeResistivity, ohm-cm 3x10 3x10 2x10 6x1014. Thermal:(4). Brittle Point, C ( F) -60 (-75) -60 (-75) -60 (-75) -60 (-75). Maximum continuous operating temperature, C ( F) 204 (400) 260 (500) 260 (500) 204 (400). Maximum intermittent operating temperature, C ( F) 260 (500) 315 (600) 315 (600) 260 (500). (4). Additional Information: Linear Shrinkage, % 2 .0005 .0005 .0005 .0005. Thermal Conductivity, cal/sec/cm , C/cm (Btu/hr/ft2, F/ft) (.12) (.12) (.)
5 12) (.12). -5 -5 -5. Coefficient of Expansion cm/cm, C 27x10 27x10 27x10 27x10-5. (in/in, F) (15x10-5) (15x-5) (15x-5) (15x-5). (1) Cure time 3 days/25 C (77 F)/50% relative humidity.(2) At 100% cohesive failure.(3) At 100% cohesive failure using 1 in. x 8 in. stainless steel screen at 180 pull angle.(4) Information is provided for customer convenience only. These properties are not tested on a routine basis. Potential Applications Product Features Potential Applications UL Food Contact RTV102 (White), RTV103. General General purpose bonding, sealing, electrical insulation, FDA 21 CFR , (Black), RTV108. purpose formed-in-place gaskets. Can be applied to vertical or File36952 USDA, NSF International (Translucent), RTV109.
6 Pastes overhead surfaces. Std. No. 51. (Aluminum). Sealing heating elements, gasketing, electrical insulation, High FDA 21 , and other critical bonding and sealing applications where rtv106 (Red) temperature File36952 USDA, NSF International parts must perform at high temperatures. Can be applied paste Std. No. 51. to verticalor overhead surfaces. Thin section potting, filling small surface voids,self FDA 21 CFR , High RTV116 (Red) leveling protective coating electrical insulation where File36952 USDA, NSF International temperature high temperature performance isrequired. Std. No. 51. Electrical insulation, thin section potting, self leveling FDA 21 CFR , RTV112 (White), RTV118 General File protective coatings.
7 Will flow into small crevices and hard USDA, NSF International (Translucent) purpose 36952. to reach places. Std. No. 51. HCD-10295 (Rev. 1/23/2012 11:49:19 PM) Page 2 of 5. RTV112 . These sealants were not designed for and should not be used for applications intended for permanent implantation into the human body. These sealants are not for use in delicate electrical and electronic applications in which corrosion of copper, brass or other sensitive metals isundesirable. Patent Status Nothing contained herein shall be construed to imply the nonexistence of any relevant patents or to constitute a permission, inducement or recommendation to practice any invention covered by any patent, without authority from the owner of the patent.
8 Product Safety, Handling and Storage Customers should review the latest Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and label for product safety information, safe handling instructions, personal protective equipment if necessary, and any special storage conditions required for safety. MSDS are available at or, upon request, from any Momentive Performance Materials (MPM) representative. For product storage and handling procedures to maintain the product quality within our stated specifications, please review Certificates of Analysis, which are available in the Order Center. Use of other materials in conjunction with MPM Products (for example, primers) may require additional precautions.
9 Please review and follow the safety information provided by the manufacturer of such other materials. Processing Recommendations Surface Preparation RTV102, RTV103, rtv106 , RTV108, RTV109, RTV112 , RTV116 and RTV118 sealants will bond to many clean surfaces without the aid of primers. These surfaces typically include many metals, glass, ceramic, silicone rubber and some rigid plastics. These adhesive sealant Products will also produce fair bonds to organic rubber and to some flexible plastics not containing fugitive plasticizers (which migrate to the surface, impairing adhesion). An evaluation should be made to determine bond strength for each specific application. For difficult-to-bond substrates, use of a primer is suggested.
10 Primers SS4004, SS4044 and SS4179 are recommended for use with these sealants. Complete information and usage instructions for these primer Products are contained in a separate product data sheet. Where adhesion is required, surfaces should be thoroughly cleaned with a suitable solvent such as naphtha or methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) to remove dirt, oil and grease. The surface should be wiped dry before applying the adhesive sealant. When solvents are used, proper safety precautions must be observed. Application and Cure Time Cycle Paste-consistency Products may be applied directly to clean or primed substrates. Where broad surfaces are to be mated, the sealant should be applied in a thin, less than 6mm (1/4 in.)